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How to easily teach your kids photography

with 7 Super Simple and affordable Photo Challenges for all ages Summer is a great time to teach your kids photography, and I’ve found that family activities and kid challenges are the best way to get them involved, having fun and learning photography together. Photography Walks One of my personal

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How to Get Your Kid to Genuinely Smile in Photos

Let them be themselves Everyone feel self conscious around a camera. Kids aren’t any different, and the chances are if you’re reading this then you just want a real picture of your kid happy, so let them do exactly that. A memory of them enjoying themselves.  Let them be the

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Worst School Photos

The amount of parents I hear complaining about their child’s bad school photos is immense. Photos are ruined for silly reasons. Hair out of place, crooked ties and unclean faces. Worst school photos are inevitable, but can you get the best ones? Here is my guide to a great school

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How to get the best back to school photos

Going back to school is another milestone on your child’s life journey. It’s one of those moments that you can’t help but think back to when they were smaller and possibly cuter. (Threenger is the making here.) With everyone saying I can’t believe how much they’ve grown. First day of

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Travel Photography Mistakes you can easily avoid

There’s a huge difference between taking photos on holiday and taking a trip for photos, and yes a hybrid is totally doable. But please make sure your go into each of these with the right intention and expectations. Avoid these simple travel photography mistakes, because you’re not going to get

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How to prepare your summer photos

Summer is coming (right ) … and hopefully you’re planning some great adventures with both friends and family. It can be difficult to remember everything including your camera, especially when you’re due to hitting the beach. Yes, you can take your camera. I promise you’ll regret it if you leave

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